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Public Lands Film Fest and Storytelling

Doors and pre-show event 6:00 pm
Films at 7:30 pm
Tickets $20 Adults | $10 Youth 17 and Under
A family friendly night appropriate for all ages.

BC BHA Public Lands Film Fest and Storytelling of The Tatshenshini Ice-Man.

Presented by BC’s Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Come out for a family friendly evening to support your local backcountry fish and wildlife group. Doors open at 6:00 pm for an opportunity to engage with your local chapter members, fellow wilderness lovers and conservationists.

Take the opportunity to purchase raffles for high value products and silent auction items. Films will start at 7:30 pm.

From amateur to professional, conservation to hunting and fishing, funny to serious, successful and sometimes not, these are all adventures on public land, in the backcountry. This film collection is inspiration not only to get out but to help understand and appreciate what we have, need to protect, and not take for granted; our public lands.

Following the films, enjoy an intriguing presentation by BC BHA’s chairman Bill Hanlon on the finding of Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchi, the Canadian Ice-Man, during a sheep hunt near the BC-Yukon border. Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchi represents the oldest well-preserved human remains in North America.

All proceeds go toward protecting and improving the backcountry wilderness and wildlife enjoyed here in British Columbia.

Earlier Event: 27 February
Motus O Dance Theatre - Prisoner of Tehran
Later Event: 2 March
Luke McMaster